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Add Indication of Hide-Whens Present on Forms etc in Designer

This will help debug design objects when hide-when fields are present. It would be idea to be able to see the hide-when details without having to open the properties, such as mousing over or a setting that shows it as markup
almost 5 years ago in Domino Designer / @Formulas 0 Under Consideration

Add a @Calendarweek formula function, which obeys the user's regional settings

Sometime users want to categorize documents in a view by calendar week. The calculation of calendar week is differerent in different parts of the world, e.g. the rules for the US differ from the rules used in Europe. The Notes client calculates ...
almost 5 years ago in Domino Designer / @Formulas 1 Under Consideration

Remove limit of 64K for Computed text

I often use computed text in a RT field on a document. Very practical for displaying results of a dblookup inside a RT field. Mostly for embedding HTML for displaying on the web. I often stumble on the 64K limit. Submitted by Theo Heselmans
almost 5 years ago in Domino Designer / @Formulas 2 Under Consideration

Designer : Open undocumented @functions.

In Mail and AdminP template etc. many undocumented @functions are used, and these are very usufull for us. Please open undocumented @functions(i.e. @Text(<datetime_value>;"*") , @ExpandNameList etc.). IBM support always say that we can'...
almost 5 years ago in Domino Designer / @Formulas 0 Under Consideration

Designer : Support @Formula dialog for Web applications.

We can't use UI prompt functions(i.e. @Prompt) in Web applications. Please support Web application.
about 5 years ago in Domino Designer / @Formulas 1 Under Consideration

Provide properties to control field appearance depending on whether user can edit a field value or not

Currently, we often need to create 2 fields on a form (with different hide when settings) when using field types Date/Time (with picker control), Checkbox, Radio button, etc. because when the document is being read we simply want to display the fi...
about 5 years ago in Domino Designer / @Formulas 0 Under Consideration

improved search functions when editing forms/subforms

It's a problem when searching for text in a form design, that neither of the two search functions work very well. For searching the "rich text" pane, you can only find static text. It would be very helpful if the search would also locate: butt...
about 5 years ago in Domino Designer / @Formulas 0 Under Consideration

I wish to indicate to the imported object is existing or not, on the view.

I wish to indicate to the imported object is existing or not, on the view. When it is an attached file, you can check what is present in the document by @Attachments or $File field. Therefore, it is possible to display the presence or absence of ...
about 5 years ago in Domino Designer / @Formulas 0 Under Consideration
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Create own @Formula binded to LotusScript, another @Formula (or Java?) function(s).

As you can do in Excel (Formula binded to VBA) and could do in 1-2-3. Would allow many new functions that are currently not easy/possible to create.Is also a way to be able to centralize @Formulas by creating an abstracted @Formula. PS : I am no...
over 5 years ago in Domino Designer / @Formulas 6 Under Consideration

Add formula for database of embedded view

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over 5 years ago in Domino Designer / @Formulas 1 Under Consideration